Exabeam Explained: Introducing New Use Cases

Exabeam, leader in SIEM, UEBA and SOAR, has every solution when it comes to giving organisations the control to stay ahead of threats with undeterred confidence in their security practices. Read on to explore the full range of Exabeam’s new use cases!


Compromised Insiders

Hackers don’t break in, they log in.

If an adversary gains access to an employee’s credentials, that’s when that employee becomes a compromised insider. Bad actors can masquerade as legitimate employees going about their day-to-day business, making them hard to detect. Their under-the-radar activities can take weeks or even months to be discovered, resulting in more severe data breaches or remediation costs.



Many businesses use manual processes and disparate security products to satisfy regulatory requirements like General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX). However, these processes leave businesses at risk for audit failure, fines and disclosure reporting.

Exabeam provides detection rules and models, and compliance reports, out-of-the-box to help you show auditors that security controls are in place and work as designed.


Malicious Insiders

Insider threats have increased 47% within the past two years, and cost organizations $11.45 million each in 2020, according to research from a Ponemon Institute report.

Because of their privileged access and knowledge of the organisation’s most valuable assets, threats from malicious insiders are harder to identify and remediate than threats that originate from outside the organisation. To minimise harm from malicious insiders, security professionals need a reliable method to not only monitor and detect insider threats, but also prescriptive, threat-specific workflows to efficiently investigate, respond and report discovered incidents.


Externals Threats

Organisations have to deal with external threats like phishing, malware or ransomware on a daily basis.

The pace and number of these threats mean it’s just a matter of time before one slips by an organisation’s defence. SOCs must be prepared to properly detect, investigate, and respond at a moment’s notice.

Ready to find out more? Visit the Exabeam Explained home page to not only download the solution briefs under each use case, but also find out whether you would make the perfect Exabeam partner.